|The Mothership - 2015-04-01 |
So if you made this, jreid, I believe it calls for the jreid tag. Not bad.
Haha thanks. I will tag this with jreid and aim to make that a goddamn linked tag even if it kills me.
|fluffy - 2015-04-01 |
This is why Amazon makes shitloads of money.
|That guy - 2015-04-02 |
Good job jreid, you liar!
I'm not lying. Look in the description if you don't believe me.
hah I did not earn that but I will TAKE IT
|Jet Bin Fever - 2015-04-02 |
Great job. This is the worst idea in the world!
|Old_Zircon - 2015-04-02 |
Is there an "Internet OF Things" tag yet? Either way this needs it.
Obliged, OZ. only because I'm secretly in love with you.
|infinite zest - 2015-04-02 |
Running out of those kurig things actually is a pain the the ass. I got one for my birthday a few years ago and used it until the extra ones ran out. Then I just switched back to my old coffee pot and gigantic thing of folgers. Them shits are expensive and not easy to find.
Not easy to find? Dear lord, my local dollar store has boxes of k-cups, usually for about half what they are at the supermarket. I think we are well past k-cups being somehow rare. Hell, the supermarket I go to recently just re-did their whole coffee aisle just to make room for an entire 10-foot section specifically of nothing but k-cups.
That said, yeah, you can get empty k-cups (ekobrew is probably the most popular) and just use those. I use them for my artsy-fartsy fancy bean-only coffees.
K Cups usually taste like burnt ass and will just sit in a landfill forever. Worst bullshit.
|Binro the Heretic - 2015-04-03 |
There are apparently a lot of companies trying to do this shit now.
My mom wanted to try that Wen shampoo, so I ordered some online for her birthday. She tried it and didn't think it made much difference, or at least not enough of a difference to justify the price tag. Oh well, no harm, no foul...or at least that's what I thought.
Then, the following month, I saw another charge of from Chaz Dean. I contacted the company and found they were auto-replenishing the supply and would do so until I told them to stop. I told them to stop. They told me to return the unopened supply for a refund, minus "shipping & handling charges" of course. It cost me to send the stuff back and I got a refund. And because they were sending me a 90-day supply (30 days worth at a time) I had to do that twice more.
I thought I had originally only ordered a single thirty day supply, but there was probably some fine print hidden in there about the "automatic replenishment".
When I told the story at work, a couple of coworkers told me they had been burned in similar fashion, one by a place she had ordered some beauty products from, another by a place he had ordered coffee pods from.
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